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They think it's all over...should regional newspapers pull the plug on football match reports?

The screams of disgust could be heard across the land as regional newspaper hacks muttered desperately into their frothing pints of real ale.

The source of this despair was the news that Tom Bodell, who works forĀ  1,041 more words


Floods: Local newspaper front pages from across the UK

For local Press journalists across the North (mainly), the Christmas break has involved putting on wellies and speaking to people who had just watched their homes wrecked by flood water. 155 more words


Whatever next?

Millions of words must have been uttered since he got the sack. But, so far, I haven’t added to the Mourinho-maul.

But it’s time to break my silence. 134 more words


December 8, 1962--NY Newspapers Shattered by Strikes

Last week, I passed a quaint little print shop in a town in Washington. I longed to go inside and just see what they were! 883 more words

New York

November 28, 1814--The Times of London is Printed Using Mass Generation Technology

Author’s Note: As we started this project–this little history blog–I thought I’d enjoy writing about topics I know and I’d love learning about new topics. This has been the case for sure. 1,555 more words


Three days on, how the regional press made a big statement of solidarity to the people of France

On Saturday, I shared the print front pages from the regional Press which I could find which related to the tragedy in Paris. Many papers had already passed Friday night deadlines which meant that today’s front pages were the first opportunity to cover the story in print. 121 more words


How the regional press covered the Paris terrorism attacks in print

Front pages around the world were cleared as news of the terror attacks in Paris broke. For many regional newsrooms, it was too late to get the story into Saturday’s papers as they had already gone to press. 193 more words